|Correspondence : Bailey and Torrey, 1836-1857 - Bailey, Jacob Whitman|
Incoming correspondence from Jacob Whitman Bailey to John Torrey, for 1836-1857. The correspondence discusses botanical topics including publications and plant identifications, particularly of algae, diatoms, microorganisms, and marine sediments. Bailey discusses his own collecting in the United States, as well as his work identifying collections from the United States Exploring Expedition of the Pacific Ocean and surrounding lands.
Keywords: Bailey, Jacob Whitman, 1811-1857 -- Correspondence; Torrey, John, 1796-1873 -- Correspondence; United States Exploring Expedition (1838-1842); Algae; Marine sediments; Microorganisms; Diatoms
|On a mode of giving permanent flexibility to brittle specimens in botany and zoology - Bailey, Jacob Whitman, 1811-1857|
Keywords: Preservation, Biological; Calcium Chloride
|Some remarks on the Navicula Spencerii, and on a still more difficult test object - Bailey, Jacob Whitman, 1811-1857|
"Extracted from the American journal of science and arts, vol. VII, second series, 1849."
|Microscopical observations made in South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida - Bailey, Jacob Whitman, 1811-1857|
Keywords: Eukaryota; Invertebrates; Bacteria
|Microscopical observations made in South Carolina, Georgia and Florida - Bailey, Jacob Whitman, 1811-1857|
Keywords: Microorganisms; Infusoria; Natural history -- Southern States